Presec-Legon Chess team to represent Ghana at World Schools Team Championships in Kazakhstan
The Presbyterian Boys Secondary School Chess team will represent Ghana at the first-ever World Schools Championships which will take place in Kazakhstan from 3-8 August 2023.
The Championship organisers are the International Chess Federation and the competition is reserved for only school children who love chess and do not belong to chess clubs.
In total, 400 participants from more than 50 countries are expected to partake in the event.
The four Presec players are; Emmanuel Frimpong, Boye Ivan Nii Lartey, Amoani Antwi Charles and Malm Jones Nii Kojo.
The leader of the delegation is the president of the Ghana Chess Association, Philip Ameku, who also happens to be an Old Presecan.
Meet the Presbyterian Boys’ Senior High School boys who will be waving the Red, Gold and Green of the Ghanaian flag 🇬🇭 at the maiden World School Team Chess Championship in Kazakhstan 🌍🏆
They are accompanied by The GCA President, Philip Ameku🇬🇭
Source: Ghana Chess


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